AT St Hilda’s junior school, class sizes are small enough for staff to know and care for your child as an individual, says head of junior school Andrea McNally.
“We have the time and resources to support the development of the whole child,” she said.
St Hilda’s offers three classes of up to 24 students for Years 5 and 6 with specialist programs in French, art, physical education, music and outdoor education designed to give your daughter a seamless transition to senior school in Year 7.
The school understands learning is not just limited to the classroom which is why nature pedagogy is also included in the curriculum.
The enviable space the junior school boasts allows students to benefit from learning outdoors in the newly opened state-of-the-art nature play areas.
There is also a myriad of co-curricular programs on offer for out-of-school hours, including speech and drama, Netball Club, Minkey, Fitness Club, debating, band and orchestra, knitting, cooking, Sustainability Club and Art Club.
Your child can be a part of the St Hilda’s difference.
To apply for a General Excellence Scholarship, call 9285 4100 or visit www.sthildas.wa.edu.au.